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Field Guide: Fort Street

Take a break from work to explore what the heart of downtown Honolulu has to offer.


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Photo by David Croxford


Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace

Built during Hawaii’s missionary era in 1843, Our Lady of Peace served as the mother church of the Catholic Diocese of the Hawaiian Islands. Today, the church stands as one of the oldest buildings in the downtown area and is actually the oldest cathedral in continuous use in the nation. The cathedral was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.  1184 Bishop St., 536-7036.

Photo by David Croxford

Flower Flair co-owner May Chen inspects her work.




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